OpenStudy (anonymous):

Evaluate ln 7.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

0.51 1.95 0.85 1.61

OpenStudy (anonymous):

you need a calculator for this. do you have one?

OpenStudy (anonymous):

yes

OpenStudy (anonymous):

then take \(\ln(7)\) the button is on your calculator

OpenStudy (anonymous):

what kind?

OpenStudy (anonymous):

i don't see it

OpenStudy (anonymous):

graphing

OpenStudy (anonymous):

what kind do you have?

OpenStudy (anonymous):

oh then it is there for sure

OpenStudy (anonymous):

what make?

OpenStudy (anonymous):

of course since you are already on a computer, you do not even need a calculator. do it here http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=ln%287%29

OpenStudy (anonymous):

ln button should be on the left if u r using TI series

OpenStudy (anonymous):

but you should find it on your calculator in case you have to do it in class

OpenStudy (anonymous):

that helped @satellite73

OpenStudy (anonymous):

good, but you should still find it on the calculator because you may not always have a computer on hand most phone calculators have it as well, if you download a decent app

OpenStudy (anonymous):

wait how do you do this Evaluate log8 12

OpenStudy (anonymous):

this can be done by dis, log8 12= log12/log8

OpenStudy (anonymous):

now put d values from ur CALCI nd get d answer

OpenStudy (anonymous):

how?

OpenStudy (saifoo.khan):

\[\frac{\log 7}{\log e}or \frac{\log 12}{\log 8}\]

OpenStudy (anonymous):

dis is a log property|dw:1340686081412:dw|